Image Submission by Quinn Flom

Quinn Flom is a second-year Arts and Contemporary Studies student currently studying at Ryerson and kind enough to share a new piece titled “collecting fragments” with us. This piece manages to capture moments of a distressed relationship with a technological twist, hurtling a million emotions towards you at once in an eerie, estranged manner. It’s a beautiful reflection of the incessant cultural craving to organize, even when such things are unable to be fully captured; or, perhaps, mean nothing, or everything. There’s a certain paranoia and obsession in such specificity, and this piece is able to capture these emotions. The reader is left to create and reflect on their own interpretations of these folders, allowing for personal and fresh readings each time. The whole concept is poetic and original, and we can’t get enough of it.





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